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Kayak Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Kayak Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Seagull
2 Serenades
3 What’s Done Is Done
4 Wintertime
5 Winning Ways
6 The Crown Of Isis
7 My Heart Never Changed
8 The Sword In The Stone
9 Persicope Life
10 No Man's Land
11 Philae
12 Still My Heart Cries For You
13 The King’s Enchanter
14 Sweet Revenge
15 Ruthless Queen
16 The Inimitable Livers
17 Raid Your Own House
18 Tintagel
19 See See The Sun
20 The Living Isis
21 Queen Of Kings
22 Do You Care
23 Who’s Fooling Who
24 Close To the Fire
25 A Family Divided
26 Actium
27 Nothingness
28 Rain In May
29 Ninane (Lady Of The Lake)
30 Alexandria
31 Setting Things Straight
32 Golddust
33 In The Winter
34 Full Circle
35 She Rules My World
36 The Message
37 Ivory Dance
38 Anne
39 Goodbye Pharos
40 Larger Than Life
41 Phantom Of The Night
42 Starlight Dancer
43 Eyewitness
44 Stranger In Rome
45 The Arms Of Isis
46 Ballad For A Lost Friend
47 Crusader
48 Periscope Life
49 Hail
50 Alexandria Reprise
51 Keep The Change
52 When Hearts Grow Cold
53 Want You To Be Mine
54 She Came She Saw She Conquered
55 That Sacred Kiss
56 Lost Blue Of Chartres
57 Anybody's Child
58 Lyrics
59 The Ides Of March
60 Try To Write A Book
61 Theme From Spetters [Part II]
62 Two Wrongs
63 Chance For A Lifetime
64 Matters Of The Heart
65 Ballad Of The Cripple
66 The Sight
67 Forever
68 Who's Fooling Who
69 The Curse Of Isis
70 Give It A Name
71 Astral Aliens
72 Merlin
73 Irene
74 Tarsus
75 Alibi
76 We Are Not Amused
77 Total Loss
78 Mammoth
79 Only You And I Know
80 Whatever It Takes

Kayak Bio

Kayak are a Dutch progressive rock band formed in 1972 in the city Hilversum by Ton Scherpenzeel and Pim Koopman. In 1973, their debut album "See See The Sun" was released, including 3 hit singles. Their main popularity was in the Netherlands, with their top hit (Ruthless Queen) reaching No. 6 on the Dutch charts in March 1979. They disbanded in 1982 after releasing nine albums.

In 1999 the band was asked to perform on the TV show De Vrienden van Amstel Live. After this performance, they decided to reform and have released six studio albums and three live albums since.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kayak_(band)